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My ipod touch 1st gen wont come up. I have it plugged up to my computer but it just will not come up. can someone please give some advice.thanks in advance. also if u want to email me my email is alankitchen3atgmaildotcom
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I edited your title. A title with "help" is not going to get you much help. Also, do not use your email address in a public forum as that will draw SPAM to your account. I edited that also.
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Assuming it's not been damaed from a fall, water etc . . .

If you've tried a hard boot (pressing and holding home and sleep buttons for 10+ seconds) then I sspect it's the battery that's now failed.

I have a 1st gen touch with the same issue.

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but my lock button is broken
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A little grammar would be nice please.

Does your computer recognize the iPod?

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yes it does.
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Have you tried restoring it?

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yeah and i got it thanks alot.
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ok now i have taken it apart to try and fix the wifi and now it wont ever turn on. FML
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Could be something simple have you checked the battery clonnection and the LCD connector forgot to connect them before and had this issue.
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well one of the wires (the black one) was broken and my dad sodded it back on and yes the LCD connector is connected.
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